What are common withdrawal symptoms that occur after quitting smoking?
Quitting smoking is not easy and you will probably experience withdrawal symptoms that involve changes in your mood, behavior and body related to quitting. Initial withdrawal symptoms can vary from person to person and can include restlessness and irritability, cravings, hunger, poor concentration, headaches, tiredness, depression, insomnia, sweating and an increased cough. These symptoms will usually only last for about 10 days, but it may take up to about three months until you feel comfortable to be smoke-free.
Author: Bow Tauro
First answered: 06 Nov 2014
Last reviewed: 19 May 2018
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